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first. >> brian: the other families in america that have to wonder about the safety of their foreign workers in sudan, in somalia, in iraq, in afghanistan. they thought they were going to be protected. >> steve: all the foreign service. >> brian: outrage among the people supposed to to be doing the protecting. >> steve: someone else outraged is james lions he penned op-ed in the "new york times" today. having been in a number of other situations i know you have to have the courage to do what's right and take immediate action. obviously that courage was lacking in benghazi. safety remains pair mount with all the technology and capability we had in theater. for our leadership to have deliberately ignored the plea assistance is not only incomprehensible, it is unamerican, the admiral writes. >> brian: that's very significant decorated guy who has seen as much as he has. did you say incomprehensible? that's a great way to tip off bill. >> gretchen: did something finally go off on him? steve the light went off on his head. >> gretchen: 5:00 p.m. east coast time the mayor of new york city
" talking about or maybe this week talking about how he fears that america, given the most recent election, is becoming more like europe. he becomes the europeization of america. he has all sorts of examples of why he thinks we are headed in that direction. >> he says those who worry about the europeanization of america and social decline are right to be unsettled. this is not just a writer though, this is a former governor, former u.s. congressman. former presidential candidate. a guy who knows what he is talking about worried about all the money that is being taken away from you and is soon to be much worse in the next four years. >> here is split screen to give you understanding of some of the numbers here. some signs that the u.s. may be coming more like europe. unemployment levels -- employment levels. >> employment that should say. >> employment levels are still 3% lower than they were before the recession. i'm going to cross that u.n. out there. >> cover that up. hand on your tv screen. smudge marks. number of people on food stamps up 15 million in the last four years. number of tax
the swap? >> plus, it's a sad day across america. the death of a twinkie. why union demands forced american icon 18,000 employees. "fox & friends" closed right now. i'm less concerned right now with the twinkie than i am the devil dog. >> what is the devil dog? ♪? >> you don't know what a devil dog is? >> i don't know what a devil dog is. >> i have never heard of it. never seen it. i never showed you. >> looks like a whoopi pie. >> we don't mean to make light of the 18,000 jobs lost. we are going to make light of the 18,000 jobs lost. i'm losing oonetettse. wonder bread. i haven't had a twinkie in 20 years. >> if you have one on your shelf it will still be good. >> coffee cake? [screams] >> exactly, thank you. >> i feel your outrage. >> we'll talk about what's happening regarding benghazi and those four americans killed there. david petraeus, the former head of the cia testified on capitol hill, on friday. and, look, there are a lot of questions after what petraeus told congress because we still don't know why exactly the talking points were changed. he said on friday that he knew it was
and respect the decision. petraeus is one of america's best and brightest and all americans should be grateful for his service. no doubt. david petraeus, the most decorated military officer of his generation. turned around the war in iraq. arguably in afghanistan. depending on how you see things. many people are saying this has to do with something more than sex. it just doesn't add up. the day after the election. the white house learned about. this. >> is that when they learned about it? >> well, some sources say they knew about it for months. >> well, it's going to be great fodder for discussion for four hours. that age old question. >> absolutely. it's an affair. it's bad judgment. a bad decision. should that negate your fantastic career. one of the best generals ever? >> some say when it comes to the cia. then you are compromising national security. somebody else has access to your computer. while he was originally investigated. they thought there had been a breech-breach of his computer and found these steamy emails. the benghazi situation where obviously they wanted information from gene
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